[rescue] upgrading VAXstation memory
jp at celestrion.net
Tue Apr 20 21:37:40 CDT 2010
On Tue, 20 Apr 2010, Scott Quinn wrote:
> Even with those difficulties I'd recommend going with a SCA drive.
> They're newer than the narrow drives, and generally cheaper/easier to
I second this, with the caveat that an adapter board which doesn't
properly terminate the high ID/data pins can be a source of all sorts of
pain for a SCSI newbie. Specifically, get an SCA adapter board that has a
50-pin connector directly on it, rather than daisy-chaining an SCA/68-pin
with a 68-pin/50-pin adapter.
Jonathan Patschke ) "Oh, judge, your damn laws: the good people don't
Elgin, TX ( need them, and the bad people don't follow them,
USA ) so what good are they?" --Ammon Hennacy
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